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All Our Tomorrows Festival Returns For 2019
Christian Eede , August 13th, 2019 14:55

Black Country, New Road and Squid are amongst those playing the three-day event at London's 100 Club next month

Following the success of last year's one-day All Our Tomorrows festival at the 100 Club in London, the event is back for 2019 and will this year spread out across three days.

The event aims to present some of the acts breaking through in the underground and counts tQ faves Black Country, New Road and Squid amongst those playing this year.

Kicking off on September 12, Squid will headline with support from London trio POZI and Lazarus Kane. The following day, folk singer Hak Baker will play alongside Manchester group Badgirl$, rapper and singer Nayana IZ and south London's Master Peace.

The event will culminate on September 14 with an all-dayer at the 100 Club headlined by Black Country, New Road. Frontman Isaac Wood has curated the bill for that day alongside All Our Tomorrows' James Daly. It features Pardans, Jerskin Fendrix, Great Dad, Platonica Erotica, Osquello, Taylor Skye, Lealani and Brother May.

You can find more information about the event here and grab tickets, which are priced at £5, here.